Jostling For Position

2013 Champions Season Charity Turf Challenge

The Racing South Africa team are currently processing all manual entries and payments received before doing an internal audit of the competition.

We apologise for the delay which we estimate will be completed by Friday, 17 May when a provisional leader board will be released and THANK racing fans for their patience in advance.

If you submitted an email address with your entry, you will receive all CTC updates. If not, then please follow the weekly CTC press release which will be published in the Sporting Post, on www.racingsouthafrica.co.za & www.africanbettingclan.co.za websites.

Following the opening day of the competition there have been no major points scoring races but the following horses have scored 1 point in the competition for their followers:
AGRA
BLUE ROUTE
CAPTAIN’S LULLABY
CAVIAR
DUAL ASSET
NORTHERN EMPEROR
RIVER CROSSING
SNOWDON

A provisional leader board (subject to verification during final audit) will be available shortly. The first of the spot prize draws will take place on Friday, 17 May (Greyville night racing), so stay tuned to Tellytrack before the start of Race 5. This is a computer generated, random draw from all entrants and not dependent on points earned.

The two R500 telephone betting deposits are kindly sponsored by TAB GOLD “The Intelligent Bet”. As and when Charity Turf Challenge horses earn points, we will update the Racing South Africa website and email data-base: www.racingsouthafrica.co.za

Lastly, we thank all entrants for their support and wish them every success and lots of excitement during the 2013 Champions Season Charity Turf Challenge sponsored by Gold Circle.

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